آسمان کی حقیقت، قرآنی آیات اور جدید تحقیقات کی روشنی میں
Abstract: In the Qur'an al-Hakim, the words "Samaa" and "Samawat" are mentioned in four places. But their meaning is the same everywhere. On the contrary, there is a "perceived object" somewhere in the sky, and in some places it also means "absolute height". In the same way, it applies to "easy matter" and to the whole "world of witnesses" In the same way, the word 'samawat' has been applied in some places to the "seven astanas" and in others it has meant "ajram savi", which can be observed by every human being. And our moon and sun are also included in these bodies. A permanent authorship is needed to explain all these details.
In fact, since the revelation of the Holy Qur'an took place among nations unfamiliar with science and art, all these matters have been described in a somewhat "ambiguous manner" So that there is no complication or new problem with their understanding in ancient times. Obviously, in ancient times, if everything was explained clearly, then a new problem would arise that people would say that the Qur'an is the same.